Boeing 737 MAX 8 Southwest Airlines in Victorville
Southwest Airlines, the largest low-cost carrier in the United States, has begun moving Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft to Victorville in the Mojave Desert.
Specifically, until 737 MAX issues are resolved, 34 Southwest Airlines' Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft will be stored at Southern California Logistics Airport.
Boeing 737 MAX 8 Southwest Airlines aircraft
737 MAX Southwest Airlines aircraft received special FAA approval to move to the Mojave Desert. The flight codes will be consecutive, starting with 8700.
The first 737 MAX 8 Southwest operated flight # WN8700, on the route Baltimore - Victorville, on March 23. Flight # WN8701 was operated from Dallas. Flight # WN8702 was operated from Indianapolis etc.
Southwest Airlines has decided to move all 737 MAX 8 aircraft to
Southern California Logistics Airport for economic reasons, being cheaper than operational commercial airports.